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TIMIDITY OF INDIAN  ELEPHANT

Elephants, and on the  other perfectly docile creatures, who obe^
the slightest hint from their driver.     Huge though  the Elephan

is, it is frequently a timid heast.     Sir Samuel Baker relates how
one which he was riding fairly bolted at the sight of a Hare,     To